Alison has been involved in over $40 million in sales.
Creator and Owner of Places and Spaces, a DC real estate blog and website
Cohost of Rent Move Buy podcast
Design, Styling, and Staging
DC Events & Culture
B.S. from The George Washington University
City Dog Rescue
Alison approaches real estate and client service in the same manner that she attacks all things -- with passionate energy and a healthy dose of fun. She discovered her love of real estate when purchasing her first condo in Logan Circle in 2009 and began working in the industry full time in 2015. Since then she has been involved in over $40 million in sales throughout various neighborhoods in DC, MD, and VA and has a perfect 5/5 review score from past clients. She employs a total hands on approach, is known for clear and frequent written and verbal communication, and has an incredible eye for detail both with properties themselves and in dealing with client wants and needs.
With over 20 years as a DC resident, Alison has worked in client services and sales since her days at the George Washington University including a long career in the fitness industry, a hospitality tech start up, and leasing for Ditto Residential. No matter the industry she has worked in, her guiding principle has always been a commitment to working with people and helping them attain their goals. Alison believes that truly getting to know her clients coupled with a quick wit, sincerity, and dedication to her clients' happiness is what has allowed her to be successful. Alison feels that once you work with her, she is your forever realtor and is always eager to help her clients in any way necessary both during and after their real estate transactions have ended.
She is a yearly volunteer with various arts and music festivals including Burning Man and DC's Funk Parade, lives out her former D1 athlete sports dreams on evenings and weekends, and she fosters and helps find adoptive parents for rescue puppies with K9 Lifesavers. A lover of street art, she enjoys walking around DC with her dog, Ringo, exploring the nooks and crannies of the city and finding what has popped up since her last visit. With ties to the DC restaurant, arts, and entertainment scenes, she especially enjoys keeping a pulse on what's new and happening in and around the city and can often be found at a new restaurant or gallery opening or frequenting the city's exceptional live music venues.